New York and Broadcasting, the two go hand-in-hand for New York City is the Media & Broadcasting capital of the world. Everything comes together here and it’s exciting to have NAB back in New York City at the Javits Convention Center. From morning news to late night shows, New York City has been the ultimate place to produce live television content – with broadcast technologies being the backbone for enabling such content to come to fruition for viewers across the globe. Bringing Cisco into the technology mix, there is always a bridge to possible. Not only because Cisco was founded in the San Francisco Bay Area and our logo has the Golden Gate bridge in it, we bring to the table the solutions that build the bridge between broadcasting, media technologies, and the everyday viewership.
At NAB Show New York Cisco will have a expert team ready to share what we’ve been up to for the past 2 years. We are excited to share our field proven knowledge and new technology that build the bridge between broadcast technologies & viewers enjoying content, from any device, anywhere. We are excited to share with you updates to our product vision & solution offerings. Join us in booth 945 to hear about Cisco IP Fabric for Media (IPFM). This solution is based upon years and years of Cisco networking & Media broadcast experience, that brings a product suite Broadcast ready to support the Media network. The solution is built on years of experience working hand in hand with broadcasters with pivotal enhancements we are ready to share. We have current implementations & deployments with many New York broadcasters and would love to share learnings with you.
Take a meeting with Cisco and let’s talk about IPFM and these solutions below:
- Edge Computing: bringing compute workflows closer and closer to the edge of networks – for improved content & streaming distribution, and a better, correlative end-user experience
- Hyperconverged Infrastructure and Hybrid Cloud Compute: streamlining compute, storage, and networking systems, with centralized ease-of-management, to help with post-production
- Remote Production: how Cisco video collaboration endpoints can be used with production teams to work together
These topics are just the tip of the iceberg, as Cisco as even more to offer. Stop by and let’s chat about what’s relevant for you and your business. If you can’t it over to the booth for a customized conversation, check out our Tech Chat:
Event: How the Edge Computing Trend will Impact the Media Industry
Wednesday, October 19th at 12pm EST
Being a Systems Architect I work everyday with media and broadcast companies, and can see the value Cisco can bring to transform their business and ready them for what’s next. And in times like these, attending NAB Show New York and being able to connect in-person, we can all share perspectives and experiences with the technological solutions and innovations, and challenges, we work with, and learn from peers & partners on what works and what’s recommended; and even might come up with something new along the way, just from talking with one another. I’m looking forward to reconnecting, meeting, and chatting at NAB Show New York booth 945 and hearing from peers & sharing how Cisco can help build this “bridge to possible” with the solutions we have, and what we can create together.
Let’s start a conversation on how we can help you accelerate ideas to audiences. I hope to see you there!
Excited for NAB to be back in NY!
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